FOSS has worked closely with the RDCO for many years; FOSS supports and shares the same vision for overall connectivity, always looking for opportunities to complete, and protect, the vast trail system extending the breadth and length of the South Slopes.
RDCO staff generously offer their time and expertise related to many issues that FOSS brings forward.
FOSS volunteered to assist with the re-decking of three bridges in KLO Creek Regional Park some years ago, an important link to the Angel Springs Trail and Myra-Bellevue Provincial Park; today some of the focus is on identifying and protecting sites of historic significance on the South Slopes (ie. irrigation flumes).
In pursuit of our goal of achieving ultimate connectivity on the South Slopes, FOSS has always worked closely with the different levels of government and other strategic agencies and stakeholders.
Working with these various decision-making agencies, FOSS serves as an umbrella organization, fully representing, supporting, and collaborating with other stakeholders – the many recreational user groups and engaged private businesses – with whom we share the South Slopes.